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  1. As requested by @data2318 - Lenovo Z580 bios with wireless card check removed. Grab this tool, put the bios in the same folder and run the included .bat file to flash. As I don't have a Z580 myself I need someone to confirm that the wlan check is removed. Report back when you flash. Lenovo Z580 - no Wlan whitelist [TEST].zip
  2. I ran to the same problem a lot of people have. I wanted to upgrade my y500 wlan card in order to conect to 5GHz bands. I found two solutions on the table, one risky the other one not so much. The first one consists in removing the BIOS whitelist and the second one is about flashing the actual card (what I find really troubling). What do you guys think? Have you tried any of these methods?
  3. Hello all, I have recently bought a Lenovo Y510p. So far I have had a horrible time with my decision as it is a good laptop, but I had bought the single GT755 model. My bios version is V3.05. my computer will not boot past "Unauthorized wireless network card is plugged in. Power off and remove it." I do know that there are other forums that cover this issue but I am unable to download the files needed to correct the issue, because the website says I do not have access yet. Is there a way to do this without the files or how would I go about getting access to download them from the moderators?
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